World Bulletin / News Desk
Yemen's State Minister Hassan Sharafuddin announced his resignation from office on account of the fact that the national consensus government could not meet the demand of the people.
Sharafuddin is the first minister to resign from the national consensus government, established by representatives of ruling and opposition parties through an agreement signed on November 23, 2011 in Saudi Arabian capital Riyadh.
The minister announced his resignation on his Facebook account, saying, "The government, which can not fulfill its duties as required, has become incapable of serving our nation and people."
Sharafuddin, known as an al-Haq party member close to the Husi community, claimed the government had not carried out its responsibility on the living conditions of its citizens and stood idle as security officials lost their lives.
He also called attention to the attacks staged on oil pipelines and energy power plants.